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to care about our community, to care about israel, and to go out and make the world a better place. it has evolved tenfold, and sit now in 8 communities in north america and israel. and it is based on partnership and people hood, we have hundreds and hundreds of alumni all over the world to do amazing things. >> the program started 14 years ago in san francisco, and about five years ago, the foundation commissioned a study of the alumni to evaluate the core of the program. and look at what the impact was in the long term range, and the results were so compelling they decided to help the program nationally and internationally. >> what made you want to be a fellow? >> i guess israel. it's a huge draw. and there is something different about the program, and i have had a lot of friends that have been through the program, and it's a rep tiew a rep pew tab program. it's something that really interested me. when you see people like yourselves come in to their own leadership, what does that mean for you. >> i know throughout my time in the program, i developed my own leadership stipe -- style, and
to our own civilization. i am very frank with you. the things he talked about, israel, there was a big silence. if that is the message he is giving to us, we will take it. >> he spoke to the arab world. he spoke to the muslim world. he also spoke to everyone in the world about peace. >> he was also toking as well to the american people. >> what do you -- he was also talking as well to the american people. >> what do you think he was saying to the american people? >> i think he was saying that these people are people as well. the picture on the camera is not that much different. the variety, that is the most wonderful thing about america. despite the history of african- americans, america now is i think the best country in the world that can deal with cultures and with colors. i mean, you can see growing up in a city like new york's and you are in the middle of the world. >> everybody is there. >> everybody is there. you look at the cairo university students and the way they are behaving, and you look at civilization. all things related to modernity, people in the united states who do n
when she came in and said she had received a diamond from charles. >> israel says it tried to work to get turkey to stop the the flotilla headed to gaza. the prime minister defends the fatal interception. the controversial election in rwanda. and the wrong side of the law in mexico's drug war. anger boils over. >> what a gripping performance, worthy of a professional actress like mia farrow. she has been appearing on the most unlikely of stages, the war crimes trial. she gave evidence contradicting the testimony of supermodel naomi campbell. mia farrow said naomi campbell told her she had been sent a huge diamond by charles taylor, central to the case, and that he traded guns to the sierra leone in exchange for uncut diamonds. what a fascinating few hours. >> yes, it has been a ferocious and consistent line of questioning. they are essentially trying to establish whether mia farrow is lying. these events happened 13 years ago. naomi campbell was there. mia farrow was there. naomi campbell's agent will give testimony later on today. given that naomi campbell said she received a the
facin israel and the christian friends they rely on for support. >> over a billion with muslims around the world are celebring ramadan, islam's holyist month, they pray from dawn to dusk. in israel police beefed up security arod jerusalem. tensof thousands of muslim came to pray at the moue. benjamin netanyahu gave hi annual greeting to the muslim world during the speech he urged the palastinian is to agree direct peace talks. >> chris mitchell joins us here. he is in the united states. >> great to be with you. >> we heard these efforts to resume peace talks. israel seems isolated. how do the israeli's feel. >> they are discouraged. the process started around 1994, about 16 years with no genuine change. i think a lot of iz srael's are looking behind the proces we see the news, calls for the peace talks, underneath what israelis are seeing, they look at the palastinia media and encourage of jihad and even -- hamas is dedicated to destroying israel. >> chris, israel came under blistering attack from the international community r the way it handled the flotilla incident when the turks sen
of the water. >> israel decides it will cooperate with the u. n investigation on a gaza flotilla. president obama confirms, that troops will be out of iraq by the end of this month. welcome to "bbc world news," broadcast on pbs in america. coming up later, >> [inaudible] >> workers on the metro are taught how to improve their english ahead of this year's commonwealth games. the hills are alive with art as they transformed the austrian alps into a gallery. >> the scale is stunning, pakistan's worst floods in 80 years at swept away bridges and roads, adding to people's desperation. the red cross estimates 27,000 people are stranded and 2.5 million affected. more rain is forecast. this is the best area involved. -- this is the worst area. >> crossing the raging torrent, this was the only option for some in pakistan today. a place plagued by militants in the past and terrorized by nature. this is one of the areas worst hit. that is why some are calling the flood of the century. we flew deep into the disaster zone with the army. a helicopter is the only way in. below us, and landscape turned mud
aimed at israel and the u.s. the white house correspondent mike emanuel is at the pentagon to tell us what they are, what they can do and what it could mean for israel as the tensions increase tonight. >> iranian regime claims to obtained surface to air missiles which if true could boost iran ability to defend against airstrikes on the nuclear facilities. tehran claims it received two s-300s from belarus and two from another source. russia had a deal to sell missile to iran but moscow publicly declined citing u.n. sanctions. >> belarus i believe denied that. i point you to that report. >> pentagon officials say they have not seen credible evidence to believe the report. last september, there were reports that israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu personally made a secret visit to moscow to try to convince the russian government not to sell the surface to air missiles to iran. recognizing the threat to the israeli air force. if russia is supplying the iranians, one expert says the u.s. must prioritize. >> the s-300s are not the same as the nuclear weapons programs. not as threateni
? >> probably. >> rose: notwithstanding israeli objects? >> i understand israel's objections. i also understand that much to the surprise of the bush 2 administration, hamas was elected. i myself always believe you should talk to your enemies if only as an intelligence gathering mechanism. >> rose: everything's on the table with respect to iran? >> i think iran knows very well they have to make it crystal clear that they're not into the weapons procurement program. >> rose: and if they don't accept it, our options are? >> well, one, we have the option of accepting it. >> rose: right. >> we have always military options. and we have further sanctions and things of that nature. you know, it seems to me that iran often says that she's a country surrounded by six nuclear powers: china, india, russia, u.s., israel and who else, i forget? pakistan. >> rose: pakistan, a big one. >> a big one. six nuclear powers. and i fail to see how iran's security is going to be guaranteed by bringing about two more nuclear powers, saudi arabia and turkey, if iran actually procures a nuclear weapon. >> rose: have we
on israel. we are taking our friendship, really our only like-minded friend in the middle east and flushing it down the drain. ten years ago i was probably an awful lot like you. we were shrubs ten years ago when it came to what we knew about the middle east. most of us. at least i was. ten years ago i would have read the news and gone the jews and the arabs are fighting. it wonder what garfield and odie are up to today. i wouldn't have known anything going on in the middle east. nor did i care. then 9/11 happened. we had to care. i went and did my homework. i got in a plane with my wife and we went over seas. i wanted to have some sort of understanding if i was going to talk to america about it. if i was going to be a responsible adult and parent, i had to understand it. if you haven't done your homework yet, what will it take? i urge you to catch up on it and catch up on it fast. it's kind of important. for a couple of reasons. one, the whole end of time thing. and the tiny dependency on foreign oil detail. we must as a country as citizens forget the representation in washington. do you t
. in a presentation his son tried to implication israel which strongly denied all such claims. joining me from atlanta octavia nasr, she was born and educated in beirut. joining me from washington robert worth "the new york times" bureau chief in beirut. i am pleased to have both of them on this program. octavia i begin with you. tell me about this investigation and what the conclusion seemed to say. >> many conclusions really over the years since the investigation began. but lately as you mentioned, hezbollah members seem to be heading towards indictment. as soon as the news broke we saw a lot of movement on the part of hezbollah basically trying to first of all flex muscles, the sg of hezbollah said that no one touches even half a member of hezbollah. later this week he showed what he called its evidence that could link possibly link israel to the assassination. so as far as the investigation goes, we really don't have any evidence that is put forth as of yet. we're hearing a lot of speculations. we're hearing leaks but also those leaks are turning around and changing some times overnight. sometimes
. an emergency meeting at the united nations has urged israel and lebanon to show maximum restraint on their shared border area. at least two lebanese soldiers, a lebanese journalist, and a senior israeli officer were killed. our middle east correspondent has the latest. >> thousands of people storming the streets of beirut tonight, marking the fourth anniversary of hezbollah's war with israel. speaking by satellite and condemning the israelis, a shi'a group level -- group leader warned that his organization from getting involved. it was a fight over a tree. israel said it was on its own side of the border, but it was ambushed by lebanese soldiers. levon non-said they only fired after it is released -- < non-@ said they only fired after israelis -- lebanon said the only fired after israelis crossed on their side of the border. at least two lebanese soldiers and a journalist were killed. others were injured. there were is really casualty's, too. a lieutenant and an army captain seriously injured. >> we warned them of the consequences. >> the fighting has stopped, but 11 non-is accusi
will end with a withdrawal. iraq is not safe, stable, but america has had enough. >> israel says it decided to cooperate with a u.n. investigation into the raid on a gaza flotilla in which nine activists were killed. the prime minister said his country has nothing to hide. previously israel said there was no need for an international inquiry. >> the deaths of turkish activists when -- led to widespread protests around the world. israel said the activists were committed to confrontation and its soldiers only acted in self- defense. turkey described this as state- sponsored terrorism and israel rejected the idea of an independent inquiry. his real paulson view was sufficient to implicate the community. observers say the decision to cooperate is a significant change of strategy. the israeli prime minister said his country has nothing to hide and it was in israel's interest to see the truth come to light. having decided not to cooperate with investigations in the past , israel's decision has been welcomed. >> i hope that the peace will [unintelligible] improvement of relationship between israel
. >>> israel's shimon peres has defended his country's policy of shunning the nuclear non-proliferation treaty. peres met wednesday with international atoij energy chief yukiya amano in israel. amano, who became iaea director general last december, is the first head of the agency to visit israel in six years. peres said iran's nuclear program is for military purposes. he said president mahmoud ahmadinejad's remark calling for the annihilation of israel suggests that iran would use nuclear arms. peres also said the world cannot ignore the fact that israel is under constant threat. that justifies israel's refusal to join the nuclear non-proliferation treaty or reveal whether it possesses nuclear weapons. the iaea will discuss the israeli nuclear issue at its general conference in september, where amano will submit a report. israel does not allow iaea inspections of its largest nuclear facility. >>> now we go over to the world of business now with ines matsuyama. ines. >> thank you very much, catherine. >>> wall street rose slightly overnight, ending its four-day losing streak. that's despite lin
coming -- un coming down hard on him. israel under the gun and the man who could be the future israel prime minister is here and only here. . people are shocked to find out i'm a mom. i hear hot babysitter a lot. hi. my sienna is great. it matches my style, it has great stuff for my kids, it has an available dual-view entertainment center. driving my sienna says, "sure, i'm a mom. but i'm not running around rocking mom jeans." miss, there's a diaper bag on your of. >> neil: a shocker from the golden state a judge overturned the gay marriage ban in the state. judge napolitano on what this means and what happens now. what do you make of this. >> a federal judge found that the proposition enacted by the people at an election invalidating california's gay marriage law is unconstitutional. as of 5:00 this afternoon eastern, 2:00 this afternoon california time, gay marriage is now lawful in california. the court in a 136-page opinion, which won't be released for another 15 minutes basically said taking away a right once granted violates the constitution and limiting marriage to that between
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to cut down a tree along the fence dividing the two countries. israel and lebanon have blamed each other for the eruption. the israeli military said they were working to maintain the fence along the border which they did not cross. the military said the lebanese army is responsible for the incident. lebanese president michel suleiman held israel accountable and said it would complain to the u.n. security council. in the skirmish three soldiers and one reporter were killed on the lebanese side while one army officer was confirmed dead on the israeli side. the fighting did not continue for long as the united nations worked with both sides to restore calm. however, both armies are still on full alert as the tense standoff continues. now, the u.n. security council has expressed deep concern about tuesday's deadly clashes between israel and lebanon. the council's rotating chair, russian u.n. ambassador vitaly churkin held a news conference on tuesday after the closed-door meeting. >> the members of the security council called on all parties to practice utmost restraint, strictly abide by thei
nations security council has held an emergency meeting to urge israel and lebanon to restrain from further clashes across their shared border. a senior israeli officer, two lebanese soldiers, and a lebanese journalist was killed in an exchange of fire on tuesday. their fears this could trigger a wider conflict. our correspondent was there. >> thousands of people flaunting the streets tonight. this marked the anniversary of the war with israel against hezbollah. speaking. satellite and condemning the israelis, he warned the militants about getting involved, after today's situation. this may be remembered as a fight over a tree. israel was clearing scrub on its own side of the border when it was ambushed by lebanese soldiers. lebanon says they fired warning shots after israeli troops crossed the border and remained trees from surfaces. what is not in doubt is that israel responded with considerable firepower. automatic weapons and helicopters all used to hit the lebanese army. at least two lebanese soldiers and a local journalist were killed. others were injured. but there were israeli casua
. >>> former united nations official says israel has days -- >>> my mom had me at 16. my father was killed when i was three. >> sean: one of california's most inspirational gop candidates here live. >> wait until you see where they put the u.s. ♪ [ female announcer ] something unexpected to the world of multigrain... taste. delicious pringles multigrain. multigrain pops with pringles. host: could switching to geico realis a bird in the handre on worth 2 in the bush? appraiser: well you rarely see them in this good of shape. appraiser: for example the fingers are perfect. appraiser: the bird is in mint condition. appraiser: and i would say if this were to go to auction today, appraiser: conservatively it would be worth 2 in the bush. woman: really? appraiser: it's just beautiful, thank you so much for bringing it in. woman: unbelievable anncr: geico. 15 minutes could save you 15% or more. >> sean: is ream has just days to attack iran before it puts the finishing touches on one of i -- its nuclear facilities that's what john bolton issued yesterday. >> israel's a problem. once the fuel rods are
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by closed captioning services, inc >> chris: israel and palestinians agree to give peace talks another chance. leaders of the effort to build a mosque near ground zero sound stubborn and flexible. live from the studio in washington, this is "special report." good evening. i'm chris wallace in for bret baier. israel and palestinians are going back to the bargaining table. they will relaunch direct talks next month in washington. correspondent reena ninan tells us how it happens and what it means. >> it's a victory for the white house middle east peace effort. secretary of state hillary clinton announced that israel and the palestinians agreed to direct talks. >> as we move forward, it's important that actions by all sides help to advance our effort, not hinder it. there have been difficulties in the past and will be difficulties ahead. >> reporter: both sides agreed to meet in washington for a summit on september 112. the white house want to make sure talks happened before the settlement creed in west bank is set to expire. israel said no to renewing the freeze and wouldn't confirm what
in the peace talks. but agreement is possible. an agreement for peace, israel's most viable concern. >> no immediate comment has been made on the u.s. statement. >> we wanted to see to it that we could and these negotiations. >> it would have no role in the talks. the spokesman directed and the assumption of negotiation. -- rejected any assumption of negotiation. >> our correspondent, tonya kramer, and i spoke. >> i think what you can say is that both sides were in proximity talks, and those positions are very different. for example, the settlement issue is approached, ending in september. israel said they would enter talks without preconditions. people on both sides are skeptical. the issues are on the table and well-known. palestinians want to have east jerusalem as their capital. the issues exist with borders and security. the issue is more complicated. >> an air and sea lift of humanitarian supplies. the first plane left from germany sunday carrying relief supplies. flooding has affected about one- fifth of pakistan and an estimated 20 million people. tens of thousands of villag
a nuclear reactor, israel reacts what does the white house say? >> steve, high speed and high risk on the water, drag racing in boats. >> and stealth help, fooling new students not putting on that dreaded freshman 15. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with jeff glor. >> good evening, we begin tonight with the massive egg recall, and numbers that remain startling, 550 million eggs, the number called back so far, four more brands of eggs were voluntarily recalled today and even more recalls are expected. nearly 2000 is the number of american sickened with salmonella and those numbers could grow as the pda continues its investigation. tonight barry peterson has more. >> reporter: the fda said today that anxious americans waiting to see what went wrong need to wait a little longer. >> our investigators are on the ground now, conducting extensive environmental investigations, reviewing processes and practices on the farm to try and determine exactly what happened. >> reporter: in la it was breakfast as usual, don't hold the eggs. >> i like them, so i figure, you
at risk in west africa. niger is facing its worst hunger crisis. charlene israel has the story. >> reporter: some humanitarian aid works are calling it a famine. the u.n.'s world food program says 7.3 million people are in desperate need of food. that is half the country's population. crops have failed and livestock died off. many people have resorted to eating leaves and berries. this woman says we don't have any food. it has beenmore than 3 weeks since i have even seen a single seed. many areas are dealing with flooding from tror torrential rains. 16.7 pcent of children under the age of 5 are acutely malnourished. the u.n. declares is an emergency when it reaches 15 percent. >> there is a vicious cycle between malnutrition and sickness. a sick child doesn't eat and an undernourish child gets sick more often. >> what others can do to help elevate the suffering. >> there is nothing that can take the place of praye we need to pray, god show us, i believe what orphan's promise is doing already is a god given tool to help out this famine. this is the time to do it. >> charlene is
. >> in ahmadinejad's words are threatening more than just israel. >> we are telling you, the west, that all options are on the table for you as well. your first option is to behave like a human, dismount from the tower of your arrogance and sit like a good, polite kid to equally talk with us. this is to your own benefit. >> the tough talk comes after the iranians loaded fuel in their first nuclear power plant at bushehr over the weekend. while this is not yellow light for producing nuclear weapons, it is considered a secondary way of pursuing that ambition. and the neighborhood is understandably anxious. >> we believe that the iranian nuclear threat is not just a threat to the peace process, not just a threat -- not a threat to israel but to the entire middle east and indeed to the entire world. >> part of this ruling -- rolling out of new military by iran is to try to keep israel or the united states to attack bush shear or elsewhere. iran is threatening the entire world if attacked. bret? >> bret: mike emanuel from the pentagon tonight. thank you. from iran we go east from pakistan where three bo
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hitting arab states nearby that are u.s. allies. hitting israel. the idea warning that we are attack. it knows that israel will be undeterred because israel is under existential threat. its hope is to pressure and to scare the united state arab states and europe into pressuring israel into not striking. it's not working. because if you heard the ambassador of the united arab republic speaking just -- uae united arab emirates a few weeks ago in the u.s., he says despite all the risks and all the costs because iran will retaliate if it is attacked, it's worse with the -- it's worse if you had iran acquiring a bomb. so if had you to do an analysis of the benefits and the costs, even the arab states who are the worst threatened think that an attack has to be done. >> bret: nina, they are clearly thumbing their nose at the world community and specifically the u.s. >> a vivid display of what would happen if israel in particular attacked. this is what we are coming after you with and this comes at a time by the what i u.s. officials seem to be saying to israeli officials step down. there is
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